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6 Mustang Horses for Sale in Alabama US

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price: $8,500

Super cute large pony

Luciana aka Lulu 7 yr old branded mustang large pony mare looks and goes just like a welsh! Very safe has shown through 26 with an 11 yr old student. Perfect 1st pony could be nice pony hunter or e... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Robertsdale, AL, United States


price: $600

5 yo mustang mare

With more miles Rain would make a nice trail horse. She would rather walk than do anything else. I wouldnt consider her child safe though as shes uneasy about things on the trail sometimes SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Gallion, AL, United States


price: $1,200

Titled Mustang Mare

Bella Luna is a 12 yr old American Mustang mare. We adopted her three years ago. She is from the Adobe Town WY herd. She has excellent ground manners. She rides at all gaits. She is ready for an ex... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Salem, AL, United States


price: $600

Mustang for sale

He is broke to ride and is fifteen to 22 years old. He is quick on his feet and would be a great trail horse. He is reg with the BLM of Jackson ms SEE MORE DETAILS found on Equine Now

Detroit, AL, United States


price: $600

Really nice mustang mare

Stunning 8 yr old bay mustang mare. 14 2 hands and stout. Adores people. SEE MORE DETAILS found on Horse Clicks

Hayden, AL, United States


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black and white mustang for sale

Eight ball is a super precious boy However he can be a spitfire When I bought him I noticed that his previous owner had not ridden him in a while so I started to refresh his riding skills He rides ... SEE MORE DETAILS found on Advertigo

Abbeville, AL, United States

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More information on Mustang

A Mustang is a free-roaming feral horse of the North American west that first descended from horses brought to the Americas by the Spanish. Mustangs are often referred to as wild horses, but the more correct term is feral horses.

In 1971, the United States Congress recognized Mustangs as “living symbols of the historic and pioneer spirit of the West, which continue to contribute to the diversity of life forms within the Nation and enrich the lives of the American people.” Today, Mustang herds vary in the degree to which they can be traced to original Iberian horses. Some contain a greater genetic mixture of ranch stock and more recent breed releases, while others are relatively unchanged from the original Iberian stock, most strongly represented in the most isolated populations.

Today, the Mustang population is managed and protected by the Bureau of Land Management. Controversy surrounds the sharing of land and resources by the free ranging Mustangs with the livestock of the ranching industry, and also with the methods with which the federal government manages the wild population numbers. Many methods of population management are used, including the adoption by private individuals of horses taken from the range.

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